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I would take a step back and try to find out “what % of people unlink all accounts in one go vs people unlink 1 or more” and solve for maximum frequency. The general solution can be giving them ability to select one or multiple accounts using check boxes and 2 ctas - () Account 1 () Account 2 () Account 3 Unlink Selected This only gets active when accounts ...


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Like @xul, I suggest a card pattern. So you have more Space to display information instead of having everything compressed in a small row.


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All notifications should go in the notification center AND you can show them in the dashboard notifications related to dashboard only. You might do the same for each page, especially if the notification is about an error. When the user clicks in the notification center on a notification related to a page, they would expect to see the error with all ...


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The best option would be to go with the single password field, but ONLY if these are both applicable: Your "forgot password" functionality is a smooth process. It should be a quick and easy process that makes resetting the password can happen effortlessly. You give the user the option, with a checkbox or something, to make the password entry ...


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This solved probably the best way in popular taxi and food delivery applications, which frequently imply such an option. The control can be a link or a button instead of a calendar image. Especially in this case, when the actual time cannot be picked, e.g.: Once pressed, a radio-button selection can be shown, e.g.: Without the option to select the actual ...


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Make it small, with 1 sentence, and a link to learn more. Find out what the real content is before you design around needing full screen.


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I would call it a dark pattern. Facebook relies on the Variable Reward pattern to create addictiveness on the app. This is why on each refresh the content changes. I found myself in your described situation many times. Trying to go back to a post and obviously, it disappeared, so when I got back to the homepage I started scrolling fast to try and find the ...


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The final product is joint effort between design and development. A design that the developer cannot build will never see the light of day. Involve development as early as possible. How? That depends on the individual designer and developer. Talk about what every team member prefers, every individual works differently. The involvement of development is ...


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I would suggest the user to go back to the form. Instead I would label CTA for Back to Home (if it's an e-commerce website).


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